Alina Pash Concert, Akvárium Club Budapest, 9 April

  • 31 Jan 2023 6:05 AM
Alina Pash Concert, Akvárium Club Budapest, 9 April
The Ukrainian singer's music is as much about traditional folk music as it is about modern electronic music and rap.

 She is one of the most exciting artists of our time.

Alina Pash's performance has something of an ancient power, something of witchcraft, and we will be able to experience her magic on 9 April at the Akvárium Club.

Alina Pash became known to a wider audience in 2018 thanks to her hit song Bitanga.

This success was followed by two solo albums Pintea:Gory/Misto (2018) and Rozmova (2021), and two EPs, Amerikraine Dream (2019) and Norov (2021).

Besides her music, she is also known for her eccentric music videos and enjoys collaborating with other artists, including Ukrainian and foreign artists such as Apache, d'OP, Krechet, Pianoboy and Alyona Alyona.

Besides music, she has also shown her talent as an actress, starring in the films Amber Cops and Chrysanthemum Holiday.

Her music mixes modern electronic sounds, rap and hip-hop with traditional folk music, and she also likes to draw on Transcarpathian musical treasures, and at the beginning of one of her songs she can be heard counting in Hungarian.

Thanks to her unique music and artistic vision, she has received several awards and recognitions over the years. She was the winner of the 2022 National Eurovision Song Contest, but she also took home the Music Moves Europe award for emerging talents, which has been won by artists such as Adele, Stromae and Dua Lipa.

Alina Pash is one of today's most exciting performers, with an ancient, witchy quality to her music and her performances, where she is not afraid to speak her mind and deliver the messages that matter to her.

Just like her last concert in Hungary, at the Sziget festival, she was noticed by the world press. Alina Pash has been actively supporting Ukraine, doing charity work and participating in charity concerts to raise money to help Ukraine.

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